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Mi Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Deaths and Funerals DAUGHERTY Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Daugherty, 71, were conducted Monday afternoon at the McCloskey - Hamilton chapel. Burial was made in the Kewanna IOOF cemetery. Final STUART rites for .Mrs. Pauline Stuart, 75, 407 Tacoma, will be conducted at 9 a. m. Tuesday at the St. Joseph church with Msgr. Maurice Foley officiating. Burial will be made in Ml. Calvery cemetery. The D. of I., will conduct rites at 7:30 p. m. Monday at the Kroeger chapel followed by Rosary Society services at 8:15 p. m. Friends may call at the chapel. JORDAN* Final rites for Hugh Jordan, 38, 614 Reynolds, will be conducted at 1 p. m. Tuesday at the Fisher chapel with the Rev. J. E. Campbell officiating. Burial in Mt. Hope cemetery. may call at the chapel. be made Friends KEEVER Final riles for Floyd D. Keever, 62, 709 Wilkinson, will be conducted at 2 p. m. Wednesday at the Chase-Miller chapel under the auspices of the Tipton Masonic lodge and with the Rev. J. J. Saalwae- chler officiating. Burial will be made in Mt. Hope cemetery. Friends may call at the chapel after 7 p. m. Monday. BISH Final rites for Forest G. Bish, 73, 1425 High, will be conducted at 2 p. m. Wednesday at lhe Fisher chapel wilh the Rev. Kenneth Brady officiating. Burial will be made in the Musselman cemetery in Carroll county, call al the chapel. Friends may COOPER Final rites for Dr. Thomas L. Cooper. 74, 2104 North, will be conducted at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday at the Chase - Miller chapel . with the Kev. M. L. Robinson officiating. The body will be taken to Coraopolis, Pa., for Friends may call at the burial, chapel after 7 p.- m. Monday. The White Shrine will conduct ritualistic ser- Rains Limit Air Show At Bunker Hill Thousands Visit Base Oni Armed Forces Day But Weather Curtail Flight Demonstrations BUNKER HILL AFB—An estimated 37,000 persons attended this Tactical Air Command base's first open house celebration Saturday in observance of Armed Forces Day. Light rain which fell during the 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. program curtailed most of the flying operations which had been scheduled for the day. The weather, however, did not keep 1st. Lt. David F. Pierce of the 'Ah- Base Group from presenting a 45-minute demonstration of the H-19 helicopter at the base. He performed almost every maneuver possible in the whirly-bird, including rescue operations. Three "scrambles" of two- planes each were also launched by pilot and radar observers of the 319th Fighter-Merceptor squact- ron, an all-weather Air Defense Cnmmand outfit stationed at the base. Pilots who participated in the three scrambles included Lt. Col. John A. Bell, commander of the squadron, Capt. Delphin J. Pinchon, Lt. Robert E. Kline, Lt. Dale M. Ranz, Lt. Winson D. Chapin, and Lt. Frank J. Parente. Their radar observers were: Lt. Donald E. Turner, Lt. John W. Mills, Lt. Richard G. Sanders. Lt. Raymond E. Konatka, Lt. Herbert A. Woodcock, and Lt. Robert A. Broughton. Shortly before the close of the six-hour program M^jor Donald M. Stanfield of the Wing Headquarters squadron took off in a F-100 Super Sabre and made a high-speed- pass over the runway, demonstrating the afterburner while flying at low level. Base officials said most of the aerial demonstrations were cancelled because of lhe low visibility. Visibility at one time was said to bi: less than 'one mile. The scheduled program included the demonstration of the sonic boom over'the runway and a flight HUGE CROWDS VISIT BUNKER HILL BASE vices at the chapel at 7 p. m. Tues- ! over Logansport, Peru, Wabash, day followed by Elks riles at 7:30 p. in. Rain Curtails Golf Activity at Dykeman and Kokomo. which were to The make aircraft these flights wore put on stand-by at 10 a. m. and remained there until 3 p. m., jbut weather conditions did not im- i prove. Rain limited attendance last The first visitors to report to the week at Dykeman municipal links j base was Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur L. An estimated crowd of 37,000 inspected the Bunker Hill Air Base during "Open House" conducted Saturday to commemorate "Armed Forces Day." The .guests toured the facilities of the base and inspected the jet aircraft. Weather conditions curtailed aircraft activity. (Pharos-Tribune Photo-Engraving.) Camden Post To Decorate Carroll Graves Tour Scheduled Sunday Morning; Plan Ceremonies At Rockfield And Camden May 30 Knettle cemetery, 11:30 to 11:40 a.m.; and Nebo cemetery, 11:50 to 12 noon. The members will meet at the Legion hall in Camden at 8 a.m. to begin the tour. On Decoration day the Legionnaires will meet at the Legion hall in lhe K. of P. building in Camden at 8:30 a.m. They will be joined by the Odd Fellows lodge Rockfield for the Rockfield the ceremonies cemetery from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. Members of the Legion post then Members of the Camden Amer-'Will go to lhe Camden cemetery for ceremonies from 11 a.m. until 12 noon. lean Legion post will visit 13 cemeteries Sunday, May 26, and two on Decoration day Thursday, May 30, it was announced Monday. I APPOINT FRANKLIN MENTOR Graves of war veterans will be FRANKLIN, Ind. (UP) - Ray decorated. Reed, head football coach at Ha- The Sunday schedule is as fol- Sfrstown High School _ the last lows: Whistler cemetery, 8:30' to 8:40 a.m.; Bosetter cemelery, 8:4.1 to !) a.m.; Parks cemetery, 9:05 to 9:15 a. m.; Mullendore ceme- Brown to 9:40 tery, 9:20 to 9:30 a.m.; cemetery (church), 9:35 a.m.; Burrows cemetery, 9:50 to 10 a.m.; Woodville cemetery, 10:05 to 10:10 a.m. Paint Creek cemelery, 10:25 lo 10:30 a.m.; U.B. cemetery (Deer Creek nursing home), 10:40 to 10:45 a.m.; Deer Creek cemelery, 10:55 to 11 a.m.; Musselman cemetery, 10:10 to 11:20 a.m.; .hree seasons, was appointed lo a similar post at Franklin succeeding Jesse Lash. Lash resigned several months ago. Reed played his prep career at Rushvi'.le High School. END STRIKE INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—A six- day strike of United Auto Workers at the Chevrolet Division plant of General Motors Corp. here ended toady when 1,400 employes back to their JOD.S. went NEW YORK has 125 institutions 35 Cass 4-H Members Will Go To Roundup Three-Day Conference At Purdue University Begins June 5; Counsellors Also Named Thirty-tire members of Cass county 4-H clubs have been selected to attend the 4-H Roundup at Purdue university June 5-7. Gus Thias, county agent, said the members were selected on the i basis of achievement in the township organizations. Junior leaders who will serve as counsellors include Ruth Wagoner, Bethlehem township; LeAnn Shafer, Harrison; Gene Swank, Harrison; and Donald Barnard, Tipton. The group, which will leave the extension office at 8:30 a.m. on June ; 5, includes: Adams—Larry Grable and Karen Clemans; Betn lehem—Jim Thomson and Doneta Faschen; Boone—Kenneth Knebel, Judy Lind, and Shirley Miller; Clay—Larry Kitchell and Karen Felker; Clinton—Courtney Justice and Connie Strasser; Deer Creek- Joan Wilson and Betty Lou Elliott; Schmoos — Linda Moon; Junior Homemakers—Karen Kuns; Harrison—Carl Newell, John Burrough and Bonnie Burton; Jackson—Marion Pullen, Douglas Myers, anc Pat Ronk; Jefferson — Leonard Gray and Karen Giffin; Miami- Jeff Bowyer, Nancy Hollingsworth, and Peggy Yeakley; Noble—Jack Hendryx and Mary J. Wade; Onward—Maurice Frantz and Mar- Walton—Don Guy 5,000 elementary schools, and 1,270; and Dana Tritt; and Washington- of higher 'education, more than lana Hopper; public high schools, junior schools and academies. high!Mark. Miller, .Pat Ramer. Larry Young, anc PATIENT SHOOTS SELF INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—Charles E. Baughman, 28, a mental patient, died Saturday of what police said were self-inflicted bullet wounds. Baughman died a few minutes after he shot himself while visiting a relative. to 443 shooters and nearly washed out the anticipated busy Sunday program. Since only 26 registered for golf yesterday. Manager John Carithers closed the course at 2 o'clock. The golf club, meanwhile, Is out- lininfi plans for the annual city tournament and details will be released at a later dale. The registration: Monday 34 Tuesday 11 Wednesday 82 Thursday 73 Friday fi-1 Saturday 85 Sunday 26 Totals 443 Ellett and family of Andrews, Ind., who were greeted by Col. Joseph H. Moore, commander o[ the base. The family arrived at the base at I! a. m., two hours before gates were opened. the Church Plans Homecoming The Fletchers Lake Methodist church will observe homecoming Sunday, May 26. Sunday school will begin at 10 a. m., followed by the worship service at 11 a. m. A basket dinner will be served at noon in the chureh basement. RUPTURE-EASER T.M. Ken. U.S. P«l. Oil. (A PlMl Dm« Tnnrt French Minister Pineau Arrives UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. (UP) | —French Foreign Minister Christian Hincau said today lhat if, Kgypt barred the passage of ships | o[ any nation through its sole control of the Suez Canal "it will be dangerous for peace." Pineau made his comments as lie arrived here today to reopen the entire Suez Canal dispute in the United Nations Security Council this afternoon. S/[95 nnfng f R.quh.d A Alronu, lorin-littknH waahable aup- port for ruduclble InitutniU hernia. Back InolnR Adju.tkble. onapn up In front. AdJUKUbls lei strap. Bolt. Ilat liroln pud. Ho steel or Tenther bands. For mnn, framen, ehlMrelt. Mitl order* glio measure around lowest part of abdo- meu. .tale rlrht, left ilde. douvla. BUSJAHN'S Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Finds Healing Substance That Does Both— Relieves Pain—Shrinks Hemorrhoids N«r York, N. Y. 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To open an account, come in and see us soon. LOGANSPORT BLDG. & LOAN ASSN. State Theatre SAVINGS INSURED Bldg. Phone 2741 Leslie Irvin Schedule To Die July 9 New Execution Date For "Mad Killer" Is Set By Gibson Cotinty Circuit Judge PRINCETON, Ind. (UP)—A new execution date of July 9 was set today for Leslie Irvin, the "mad dog" killer charged with killing persons in Indiana and Kentucky .n a four-month robbery spree. Judge A. Dale Eby of Gibsonj ircuit Court set the date in re-1 sponse to a ruling by the Indiana! attorney general that it was his responsibility to pick a new time for Irvin to die in lhe electric chair at Indiana Stale Prison. Irvin previously received three stays of execution while his attorneys fought to spare his life, at least until all legal channels were exhausted. Eby, whose court was the scene 01 a trial during which Irvin was convicted and sentenced to death for shooting W. Wesley Kerr, Ev- Monday Evening, May 20, 1937, ansviile filling station attendant, originally set the death date for last June 12. Two reprieves we're granted while the case was appealed. The last previous execution da'.e' was March 29. A few days before it arrived, a justice of the U.S. Supreme Court stayed the execution to give attorneys a chance to exhaust further legal moves in Irvin's behalf. The Indiana Supreme Court once turned down a new trial for Irvin, and later refused to reconsider its action. U.S. Supreme Court Justice Harold H. Burton granted a slay March 21 to permit defense attorneys time to appeal to the nation's highest court. Irvin was convicted in December, 1955, nearly a year after a series of "Chinese execution" slyle slayings in Evansville, Pos«y County, Ind., and Henderson, Ky. Victims were shot in the back of '..he head while kneeling with their -hands tied behind their backs. 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